Daniel Buren brings unseen works to the gallery’s São Paulo venue. Nine different sets of three-dimensional wall objects and a set of 8-14 mirrors each are created specifically for this exhibit, set to open during the SP Arte fair.
He also began using mirror systems and transparencies to allow light to reflect and color to project into the environment, as in his amazing 2012 Grand Palais installation. He incorporated alternately blue and transparent glasses to the skylight, projecting a chessboard-like pattern onto the floor. Additionally, numerous colored glass discs set atop columns enabled audience members to pass underneath them, enhancing the color effects.
- Daniel Buren, Nara Roesler, 2017